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Compare the light gathering power of a telescope with a 10centimeter(about 4inch) diameter mirror to that of the human eye. (Take a diameter of the pupil of the eye to be about 5 millimeters)
Wouldn't the power be related to the AREA of the optical window in the telescope?
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